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Dads come up with lists of things that they believe are good for kids and then try to fulfill that list. But something they forget: what their child wants and needs.
Today, I am posting an article that Erica Komisar wrote that was published in The Institute for Family Studies.
A new study released by Harvard Medical School shows us doctors that we were wrong and that, surprise, grandmothers were right all along.
Expert Erica Komisar shares how to avoid overmedicating our children for ADHD, anxiety, and depression in this society full of medical “solutions”.
what can you say when your kindergartner comes home from school and quizzically asks, “How can Johnny become Jenny?”
Your understanding of discipline may be hurting your family. Here are the 3 biggest lies parents are told.
Don’t let differences with your spouse or ex blind you from what binds you, the love of your children. Here is how to work through issues.
Great parenting is simple. But it’s hard. We overcomplicate it because we’re convinced that doing things for our kids: making sure they have good opportunities, education
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